Pedestrian killed while on sidewalk: Chicago Police Department
Pedestrian killed after driver runs red light on North Side: CPD
CHICAGO (WLS) — A pedestrian was killed in a Monday morning crash on Chicago's North Side, police said.
Police said the two-vehicle crash happened in the West Rogers Park neighborhood's 2700 block of West Peterson Avenue at about 7:30 a.m.
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One vehicle was traveling eastbound when it went through a red light, striking another vehicle, police said.
One of the vehicles then struck a pedestrian, who was on the sidewalk.
Police said the pedestrian, identified only as male, was pronounced dead on the scene.
Police did not immediately provide further information about the crash.
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